- What are the operating hours for the Children’s Ministry and nursery?
Friday, October 16: 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday, October 17: 9 a.m. – noon; 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday, October 18: 9 a.m. – noon; 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
* Drop-off/check-in begins 30 minutes before each session.
** Children must stay seated with parents when Children’s Ministry is not offered.
What will Children’s Ministry look like during the conference?
This ministry serves children ages 1-12 years. During the conference, your child will be cared for by hired staff. These staff members have passed extensive federal background checks, are CPR certified, and professionally trained to ensure your child’s safety. Your child will engage in worship, join in interactive Bible lessons, create crafts, enjoy snacks, and participate in recreational activities. The Revival Conference is not only for adults, but for children, too!
Please list any allergies or special instructions our staff needs to know when registering your child (i.e., food allergies, feeding instructions and times, Vietnamese speaking only, potty training). Pre-label all of your child’s belongings (i.e., milk bottles, sippy cups, diaper bags, car seat) and bring an extra pair of clothes. As a courtesy, please put Pull-Ups on your child if he/she is potty-training.
- What are some of the safety precautions due to COVID-19?
All children (4 years and up) will be asked to wear a face mask while they are in our care. Face shields will be provided as an added safety measure, if desired, to wear in addition to a mask. All staff will wear a mask as they care for your children.
The classrooms and all high touch point areas will be sanitized and cleaned before and after each service. This includes tables, chairs, countertops, common touched places such as door handles, light switches and bathrooms.
We will be checking your child’s temperature upon arrival. He/she must have a temperature below 100.0 degrees.
We will all need to work together to help keep Children’s Ministry a safe environment for all, so please refrain from sending your child to service if:
- He/she as had a fever in the past 14 days
- He/she shows any symptoms of possible COVID-19
- He/she has been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19
Who is authorized to drop off and pick up my child?
As a safety measure, Children’s Ministry staff will only allow one parent per family to drop-off and pick-up your child. To ensure the safety of your children, a photo ID must be presented at the time of each check-in and pick-up. We ask that the parent dropping off/picking up their child, wear a face mask.
How do I check-in my children during operating hours?
A designated area will be assigned for Children’s Ministry check-in (please see map). Only one parent will be allowed to drop-off and pick-up your child. Identification of the person listed is required in order for your child to be released into our care. Check-in begins 30 minutes before each session. Please arrive early and be patient during this process. Your child will be assigned a badge/ID number. Please keep this number with you at all times.
What do I need to do if my child is an infant (12 months & under)?
A comfortable room specifically designed for parents with infants is available in the sanctuary foyer (please see map). Parents can watch the service live via a widescreen television while caring for their child. There will be a limit of 2 families in the room at a time.
How will I be contacted if my child needs my care?
Your child’s assigned badge/ID number will be displayed on the projection screen. Once that happens, please report to the check-in area to meet your child.
Please complete the Emergency Medical Liability Release Form for each child prior to your arrival. We will collect it at check-in.
Will my child be allowed to sit with me in service?
We highly encourage all children (ages 1-12) to register and attend Children’s Ministry. The program available will be taught at an age appropriate level so that your child can also benefit from the conference.
Will Children’s Ministry services be provided for special needs children?